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Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Schedule, course, players, how to watch, and more

The Pebble Beach Pro-Am has been one of the most entertaining tournaments to watch for several years, with professionals and celebrities descending upon the famous California course.

Having failed to always attract the world’s leading players, a format change has been brought in for the 2024 edition. It is now one of the PGA Tour’s Designated Events.

There is now a bigger purse, increased FedEx Cup points and a field reduced to 80 professionals that will be competing at two courses instead of three, while there will also be no cut.

WhatPebble Beach Pro-Am
WherePebble Beach Golf Link & Spyglass Hill Golf Course, California
WhenThursday, February 1 - Sunday, February 4
How to watchGolf Channel & CBS (rounds 3-4)
OddsRory McIlroy +800, Scottie Scheffler +800, Viktor Hovland +1200, Xander Schauffele +1400, Max Homa +1400, Patrick Cantlay +1600, Jordan Spieth +1800

Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2024 schedule

The tournament will run from Thursday February 1 to Sunday February 4, with the 80 professionals playing all four rounds as there is no cut for this tournament.

The amateurs will play alongside a professional for the first two rounds, which will be alternated between Pebble Beach and Spyglass Hill.

Saturday and Sunday’s rounds will be played solely at Pebble Beach, with only the pros taking part over the last 36 holes.

Pebble Beach Pro-Am course

Unlike previous years when the tournament was played over three courses - Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course and Monterey Peninsula Country Club - the 2024 edition will be taking in just two of those.

Monterey Peninsula has been dropped, leaving the famous Pebble Beach and Spyglass Hill as the two courses.

Pebble Beach is one of the most scenic courses in the world, as it hugs the rugged coastline and offers sensational views of Carmel Bay.

It is a par-72 that has hosted six men’s US Opens (1972, 1982, 1992, 2000, 2010, 2019) and the 2023 US Women’s Open.

Pebble Beach also staged the 1977 PGA Championship and it has been the home of the Pro-Am since 1947 as well as the PURE Insurance Championship from 2004 onwards.

Spyglass Hill is a par-72 that measures 6,960 yards and is also one of the most scenic venues around, taking in the Pacific Ocean and the Del Monte Forest. It has never staged a Major.

Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2024 players

With this being a Designated Event, the world’s leading players will descend on the two California courses, with Rory McIlroy and world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler joint-favorites at +800.

Reigning FedEx Cup champion Viktor Hovland is available at +1200.

Xander Schauffele and Max Homa come next at +1400, ahead of fellow American Patrick Cantlay, who is priced at +1800, and Jordan Spieth at +1800.

Englishman Justin Rose is the defending champion and he is +7000 to become the first player since Dustin Johnson in 2010 to successfully retain the title.

How to watch the Pebble Beach Pro-Am

All four rounds will be available on Golf Channel, while CBS also provides late coverage of the final two rounds.

Pebble Beach Pro-Am prize money and purse

 Purse - $20million 
1st 3,600,0002nd 2,180,0003rd 1,380,000
4th 980,0005th 820,0006th 725,000
7th 675,0008th 625,0009th 585,000
10th 545,00011th 505,00012th 465,000
13th 425,00014th 385,00015th 365,000
16th 345,00017th 325,00018th 305,000
19th 285,00020th 265,00021st 245,000
22nd 225,00023rd 209,00024th 193,000
25th 177,00026th 161,00027th 155,000
28th 149,00029th 143,00030th 137,000
31st 131,00032nd 125,00033rd 119,000
34th 114,00035th 109,00036th 104,000
37th 99,00038th 95,00039th 91,000
40th 87,00041st 83,00042nd 79,000
43rd 75,00044th 71,00045th 67,000
46th 63,00047th 59,00048th 55,800
49th 53,00050th 51,40051st 50,200
52nd 49,00053rd 48,20054th 47,400
55th 47,00056th 46,60057th 46,200
58th 45,80059th 45,40060th 45,000
61st 44,60062nd 44,00063rd 43,800
64th 43,40065th 43,000 

Pebble Beach Pro-Am history

This tournament is steeped in history, having debuted back in 1937 as an 18-hole event when Sam Snead claimed a four-stroke victory over George Von Elm.

Having switched to 36-hole and 54-hole formats since the inaugural edition, it has been a 72-hole pro-am event from 1958 onwards.

There has been the odd exception over the years, with the most recent coming last year when the pro-am competition was shortened to 54 holes due to high winds and the final round was pushed to Monday.

Mark O'Meara (1985, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1997) and Phil Mickelson (1998, 2005, 2007, 2012, 2019) both hold the record for most Pebble Beach wins, having lifted the trophy five times each.

Sam Snead is a four-time winner (1937, 1938, 1941, 1950), Jack Nicklaus (1967, 1972, 1973) and Johnny Miller (1974, 1987, 1994) are both three-time champions, while Lloyd Mangrum (1948, 1953), Dutch Harrison (1939, 1954), Cary Middlecoff (1955, 1956), Billy Casper (1958, 1963), Tom Watson (1977, 1978), Davis Love III (2001, 2003), Dustin Johnson (2009, 2010) and Brandt Snedeker (2013, 2015) have all triumphed twice.

Odds mentioned in this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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